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Discussion in 'American Cars' started by 84FordMan, Dec 6, 2007.
Send me one.
R/T better writers? Ahahaha. Shutup.
big rob doesn't have opinions, he just disses others
He's right. U SHUTUP
SHUTUP. I bet you dont even nkow how to read.
LOL wut chew sae?
And lotus did the suspension work on the 88 <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
Show me good Fieros.
C&D is shit. I'm all for trying to be funny/with-the-times, but they try so hard that it's painful to read. Oh, and whoever responds to people that send critical e-mails to them (I think his name is Ed) is just a douchebag. He isn't funny. At all.
It's easily one of the coolest cars I have ever driven. Thanks again for the opportunity. That said, it isn't deserving of 5 threads a week, 84Fordshit.
I am not a newspaper expert but I think Ed means Editors note.
So basically R&T's writing is for the more educated, mature consumer.
Attended College (1-3 years) 32.6%
Graduated College+ 27.7%
Any College+ 60.2%
Median HHI $72,963
Median Age 40.4
Attended College (1-3 years) 30.3%
Graduated College 26.1%
Any College+ 56.4%
Median HHI $64,009
Median Age 36.4
Alright, but he's still a douchebag.
Trying too ahrd? Shutup n00b.
Most American auto media reviews aren't that great.
Road tests in general are pretty boring, unless they don't really care about being serious or informative, Clarkson style.
Motorweek is the worst, they don't really have opinion.
look for the choptops.
last one is unfinished, but looking hot.
Give me the one with F40 wheels and show me some stock-ish good ones plz.
I've read a lot of reviews from CD and RT that mainly consist of how they don't like how firm the ride in an M5 is, or how a lotus isn't very interior friendly.